Indian Head from back of Grand Canyon House, Platte Clove, N.Y.

Vintage Catskills postcard depicting the former Grand Canyon House at wild Platte Clove in Greene County, New York.

Grand Canyon House, Platte Clove, N. Y.

Vintage Catskills postcard depicting the former Grand Canyon House at wild Platte Clove in Greene County, New York.

Grand Canyon House on Round Top Mountain, Platte Clove, N. Y.

Vintage Catskills postcard depicting the former Grand Canyon House at wild Platte Clove in Greene County, New York.

Grand Canyon House, Platte Clove, N.Y.

Vintage Catskills postcard depicting the former Grand Canyon House at wild Platte Clove in Greene County, New York.

Mossy Brook, Platte Clove, N.Y.

This vintage Catskills postcard by George S. Young depicts the extremely rugged cliffs of what was historically known as the Grand Canyon, but is today generally referred to as Platte Clove.

Mossy Brook, at Head of Grand Canyon, Platte Clove, N.Y.

This vintage Catskills postcard by George S. Young depicts a peaceful section of creek known as Mossy Brook in what was historically known as the Grand Canyon, but is today generally referred to as Pl

Grand Canyon, Platte Clove, N.Y.

This vintage postcard depicts the extremely rugged rocks and cliffs of what was historically known as the Grand Canyon, but is today generally referred to as Platte Clove.

Stone Arch, At Entrance to Grand Canyon, Platte Clove, N.Y.

This vintage Catskills postcard depicts the historic stone arch bridge that marks the entrance to the Hell Hole at Platte Clove.

Stone Arch at Head of Grand Canyon, Platte Clove, N.Y.

Stone Arch at Head of Grand Canyon, Platte Clove, N.Y.

Under the Arch at the Head of Grand Canyon, Platte Clove, N.Y.

This vintage Catskills postcard depicts the historic stone arch bridge that marks the entrance to the Hell Hole at Platte Clove.

Looking Down Grand Canyon, Platte Clove, N.Y.

Vintage postcard published by the Grand Canyon House depicting a rustic wood bridge crossing over the Hell Hole in Platte Clove (formerly known as the Grand Canyon.)

The Bridge and Trail in Devil's Kitchen, Platte Clove, N.Y.

This vintage Catskills postcard published by G. S. Young depicts the wooden pathway leading through the Devil’s Kitchen section of Platte Clove.

A Portion of East Wall of Grand Canyon, Platte Clove, N.Y.

This vintage Catskills postcard depicts the sheer rock walls of the chasm that has previously been known as the Grand Canyon, today referred by its geographical name of Platte Clove.

Devil's Kitchen in Grand Canyon, Platte Clove, N.Y.

This vintage Catskills postcard published by G. S. Young depicts the fearsome Devil’s Kitchen in Platte Clove.

Bridal Veil Falls in Devil's Kitchen, Platte Clove, N.Y.

This vintage postcard depicts the towering Bridal Veil Falls at Platte Clove in the northern Catskills.

Ghost Falls, Platte Clove, N.Y.

This vintage Catskills postcard published by I. J. Young and W. H. Young depicts Ghost Falls located within Platte Clove.

Top of Ghost Falls, Grand Canyon, Platte Clove, N. Y.

This vintage Catskills postcard depicting that aptly named Ghost Falls in Platte Clove was published by G. S. Young, proprietor of the nearby Grand Canyon House.

Head of Ghost Falls, Platte Clove, N.Y.

This vintage postcard by George S. Young depicts the aptly named Ghost Falls in what was historically known as the Grand Canyon, but is today generally referred to as Platte Clove.

Japanese Falls, Grand Canyon, Platte Clove, N. Y.

This vintage postcard published by Ida J. Young depicts the beautiful Japanese Falls within Platte Clove.

Rainbow Falls, Grand Canyon, Platte Clove, N.Y.

Vintage postcard by George S. Young depicting Rainbow Falls in what was historically known as the Grand Canyon, but is today generally referred to as Platte Clove.